In central Europe the Red Hazel shows its catkins, which are the male flowers, from February to April.
- Popular name(s): Red Hazel
- Botanical name: Corylus avellana cv.
- Family: Birch Family (Betulaceae, subfamily Coryloideae)
- Origin: The wild type is native to most of Europe, in Asia the area of distribution includes the Caucasus and Western Asia
- Height: Up to 6 metres
- USDA zone: 5 (-9.4 F/-23 °C)
Categories: Red & Pink Flowers | Shrubs & Trees |